April 1, 2017|www.visionmonday.com


Ripped From the Headlines (Not!)

We here at VMail Weekend realize that even though a lot of us are smack dab in the middle of Vision Expo East, it is after all April Fools' Day—the most popular day of the year when it comes to pulling pranks and spreading falsehoods. So as editors, we did what we do best—we came up with some April Fools headlines that only fellow "optical-ites" could appreciate. We hope you enjoy them and please try and have a “funday.”
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Acquisitions, Expo happenings, pricing policies, partnerships and executive moves all topped this week’s VMail news feed. Click on the headlines below to catch up on anything you might have missed.

Riata Capital Acquires 3 Regionals and Forms Acuity Eyecare Holdings

Vision Expo Prepares Attendees for the Future

CooperVision Revises Unilateral Pricing Policy on Some Products

Pereyra to Head SouthEast Eye Specialists and Center for Facial Rejuvenation

Prevent Blindness: April Is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month

VisionWeb Partners With ZirMed for Insurance Clearinghouse Platform

New Sun Lenses That Make Colors Pop

They say there’s nothing new under the sun, but sunwear-savvy optical businesses selling color enhancing lenses are beginning to see things a bit differently. The trend of color enhancing sunwear goes beyond tints and mirrors to proprietary technologies that are scientific amplifiers of the visual experience.
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It’s Time to ‘Play Ball’

The Major League Baseball season kicks off tomorrow night, a sure sign that Spring has sprung. Will the Chicago Cubs repeat and win the championship?

Email us at VMailWeekend@VisionMonday.com and tell us which team you think will win the Fall Classic.

Moving on to Bigger and Better Things, Dr. Laura Miller Reinvents Her Practice

AUSTIN, Texas—After being in the same location for 13 years with the building’s owner not keeping up with maintenance, Dr. Laura Miller of Northwest Hills Eye Care located here knew it was time to move locations and purchased a property for her new office.
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